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If you could meet a Shiachatter in real life?

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:salam:

Without any doubt, some of the unreasonable and troubled individuals from the past. They are more intriguing and perplexing than the decent members. Especially those that have a mixture of seemingly admirable and troubling traits. Especially if they are intelligent.

I would even pay them money for their time if they let me interview them.

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21 minutes ago, Muhammed Ali said:

:salam:

Without any doubt, some of the unreasonable and troubled individuals from the past. They are more intriguing and perplexing than the decent members. Especially those that have a mixture of seemingly admirable and troubling traits. Especially if they are intelligent.

I would even pay them money for their time if they let me interview them.

Are we both thinking of D'arcy?

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Yep Mac a great brother whom I will always have respect for and trust in. 

We all have  to make our own journeys according to our knowledge and capacity....only thing is that there should be complete humility and sincerity in it. 

My prayers always with him. 

Kadhim is another of those greats. 

Orion

Zainabia

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4 hours ago, haideriam said:

Yep Mac a great brother whom I will always have respect for and trust in. 

Jimmy Savile, Rolf Harris, Harvey Weinstein etc. Yes I chose those names intentionally.

A lot of people hide what they know.

You could tell the man had issues long before any of the other controversies. 

Edited by Muhammed Ali

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21 hours ago, ali_fatheroforphans said:

Salam,

If you had the choice of meeting a shiachatter in real life, who would it be?

very tough indeed!!! 

the most important figures for me personally on ShiaChat would be @Muhammed Ali, @Hameedeh, they'll never know how much!

then the gang:discussion::bismillah:just to be in one room & wonder how their voices sound like.

but to meet you(yes you, you know who you are) insha'Allah, would be alhamdulillah

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I like to maintain my illusions. :)

In the distant past, in another life, I met several shiachatters in real life. Most of them were really cool and genuine. Then I met my ex-husband on shiachat. I'm scarred for life now and don't want to meet any of y'all. Sorry. 

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I had a chance encounter with a no longer active member of shiachat many years ago. But I'm acquainted with her on FB and I'd actually like to meet her again and pick her brain a bit bc I really like her posts! I was young and dumb the first time I met her so I didn't realize how cool and intelligent she is :p 

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1 hour ago, notme said:

It's easy to pretend to be one person online and be totally different in real life. It's also shockingly easy to online-stalk someone who mistakenly trusts you. 

I completely agree. A guy I liked prior to meeting my husband was nothing like how he was through PMs. When I Skyped with him, it felt like I was talking to a complete stranger, and it gave me major anxiety. I then ended things with him. 

It’s ironic that my husband and I met online, but at that point, I was very cautious. I’m no longer quick to trust people on the internet, but most people on ShiaChat are probably who they say they are and it’s a closer-nit circle of users. So I guess I’m open to meeting more people from this forum, if they want to meet me irl. 

Edited by Islandsandmirrors

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Bismehe Ta3ala,

Wa Alikum Assalam Wa Rahamah dear sister @jannahismygoal

God bless you jaan.  Insh'Allah we will meet one day at ziyarat of Imams, or if you decide to come and do ziyarat for Sayyida Zaynab 3laha salam, would love to meet you.  The honor is all mine.

Lebanon also has many places to visit like maqam of Prophets and the daughter of Imam Hussain in B3lback, her name is Sayyida Khawla. 

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The holy shrine of Syeda Khawla (s.a) Daughter of Imam Hussain (a.s) in Baalbek, Lebanon. #waqeel_e_hussain_as #waqeel_e_bibi_fatima_sa #hussainiatishumanity #hussainiat #alihaq #alimola #aliwaris #alihaqdaimam #aliunwaliullah #aliunwaliallah_haq #shia #syedakhawla #imamhussain #imamhossein  #shiapost #najaf #lebanon  #qom #mashhad #karbala #iran #iraq #syedzeeshanbukhari

M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah

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Also I would love my mum to meet a lot of aunties in this forum. I would perhaps love to be invited to dinner and try the delicious food they cook.

For example, @Hameedeh

Edited by Ibn Al-Ja'abi

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Everyone has to get out of their rooms first...

Remember most SCers don’t get enough sunlight. 

I don’t want to meet anyone here. I like the virtual anonymous profile separated from physical life.

A more interesting question is, have I ever been in close proximity to a ShiaChat member (or even met), but neither of us knew we were members?

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I forgot to mention I’d want to meet @Gaius I. Caesar. That’d be so rad.  

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6 hours ago, Reza said:

I don’t want to meet anyone here. I like the virtual anonymous profile separated from physical life.

A more interesting question is, have I ever been in close proximity to a ShiaChat member (or even met), but neither of us knew we were members?

About sums up. 

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I have already met several people from ShiaChat and they have all been nice and friendly people.

Its always nice to meet people in real life too, usually people online forget that they are talking to real life humans on the other end so they allow themselves to talk in whatever way they feel like for the moment.

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On 4/5/2019 at 12:08 PM, Bakir said:

@Islandsandmirrors hahah, if you ever pass by Madrid, tell me! Not as cool as Barcelona or Granada but still, nice city to visit! This also goes to fellow SCers!

Hahaha sure! I actually have a friend who is studying abroad in Madrid, so when I visit the area, I’ll let you know! 

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